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12-06-2007, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Ti-girl
Our rink is 60 by 120 feet.
We have an open lot behind us and we live on an acerage and have the boards and what not set up. My brothers are watering it and taking care of it as we speak. We WILL have a rink by Christmas. They're doing the lines today and setting up the "glass" (meaning puck nets) and then setting up the lights tomorrow.
Wow that sounds awesome

Originally Posted by Hank19
Man am I kicking myself now. It's been -9 the last week. If I had simply built a rink using boards and new plastic last weekend I would have had at least 5 days of skating with my son.

Now I look at the forecast and after this weekend we're expecting above freezing temperatures all next week. I hope they're wrong.

What sucks is I have no time during the week to build it. By the time I get home it's pitch black outside and I'd like to spend the night with my boys before they go to bed.
I'll have to rig a rink up this Saturday.
I haven't gotten around mine yet either
And this weekend it's either miss my son's game or put up the rink

Originally Posted by McNasty View Post
Reading this thread makes me seriously question why I live in the states....
Some parts of the US are just as cold as here.
Remember, the first country you enter when you travel south from Detroit is Canada

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